Philip Edward Kaldon is currently eligible for the John W. Campbell Award for best new science fiction or fantasy writer whose first work of science fiction or fantasy was published in a professional publication in the previous two years.
Dr. Phil teaches Physics at Western Michigan University and writes
Science Fiction. He lives in West Michigan, between Grand Rapids and
Lake Michigan, with his wife of over 25 years and three sleeping cats.
Philip Edward Kaldon's Campbell-qualifying work:
"A Man in the Moon," Writers of the Future Vol. 24, 2008 .
"The Gravediggers" in CrossTIME Anthology Vol. III.
Santa Fe NM: CrossTIME, 2004. pp. 44-63. (August 2004)
"The Pulse of the Sea" in Northwest Passages: A Cascadian
Odyssey / edited by Cris DiMarco, hosted by Cascadian Con.
Port Orchard WA: Fandom Press, the co-operative division
of Windstorm Creative, 2005. pp. 179-194. (September 2005)
"Boxes" in CrossTIME Anthology Vol. V.
Santa Fe NM: CrossTIME, 2006. pp. 132-147. (September 2006)
"Dead Forever" at Ralan's Web Spectravaganza; 2nd Prize
2006 Grabber Contest. Illustration by Teresa Tunaley. (October 2006)
"Giant Cicadas and Other Odd Indignities" at
Southern Fried Weirdness Online. (January 2008)
"The Uranium Age" (translated into Greek) in Nine, 3 Sept. 2008.
"Le Grand Bazar" at Space Westerns. (December 2008)
"Under Suspicion" in Tangle Girls (Blind Eye Press)
"The Brother on the Shelf" in Analog, May 2009.
"Machine" to Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Issue #38, March 2009.
"In the Blink of an Eye" to Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine,
Issue #39, June 2009.